Unwanted after comments on Blanc and Zlatan

 
Unwanted after comments on Blanc and Zlatan
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According to the French newspaper L'Equipe, Paris Saint-Germain now wants to get rid of Serge Aurier, who a few days ago made himself very unpopular because of a controversial video.

Serge Aurier had not considered how quickly comments spread on social media. In a video-chat with fans, he made some highly controversial statements. They hit coach Laurent Blanc especially hard. One of the questions from a fan was whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Laurent Blanc had oral sex with each other, to which he replied:

"Blanc takes it all."

Serge Aurier also called Laurent Blanc a 'fagot', and although he in the wake of the misery tried to apologize, it has not softened the club's management.

Laurent Blanc said prior to this week's Champions League match:

"He's a big boy, so he can do what he wants. But he has harmed the club with his statements, "said Blanc and continued:

"This is a democracy, so we can think and say what we want. But the boy ... I insisted on getting him to Paris, and this is the thanks. It's pathetic."

The Ivorian defender was therefore excluded from the mid-week Champions League match and was subsequently suspended for the remainder of the season.

And now PSG plans to sell him.

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